Hot Midwest Rapper T.A.G.performs his song "Do You" from his debut album 'On Dat Swing'. The highly anticipated album 'On Dat Swing' from this Indiana resident was released worldwide March 2012, this song being one of the top singles on the album. With crazy energy and unmatched lyrical flow, T.A.G. is one to watch for.
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One of the best underground albums from an artist I've discovered is Be it hated by Vieem. She is a female singer, songwriter from New York City. The album encompasses a variety of styles to satisfy an eclectic palette with some really great songs. This album rocks.
Here and now we are welcoming you to experience a journey into a secret place.
We have been there. We have absorbed the core and translated it into the language of sound.
It is like a holographic image. At first you see just an ornament, but if you bring it out of focus you will see anoter layer. A multi-dimensional one.
I just found them, some funky fellows they are. Their music lifted my mood a bit.
Teddybears 'Soft Machine'
On their audacious new album, Evil Urges, My Morning Jacket veer between funk-metal grooves, Nashville crooning, classic-rock guitar heroics and more — sometimes all in the same song. The album, out June 10th, is the latest evidence that MMJ are aiming higher than almost any other band of their generation.
Coldplay lets its creative flag fly on its fourth studio album, "Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends," due June 17 via Capitol. "We're still obsessed with making songs that can be sung to the rafters," frontman Chris Martin says. "We just wanted to present them differently."
Neil Diamond's second album with producer Rick Rubin will be out next month, and features a duet with the Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines on the track "Another Day (That Time Forgot)."
"Home Before Dark" is due May 6 via Columbia. The album is led by the single "Pretty Amazing Grace," a live, in-studio video for which went up today on Amazon.com.
The Who are planning a collection of vintage R&B covers, similar to the Motown and James Brown songs they performed early on in their career. “We’re digging through lots of material and seeing what will work,” says producer T Bone Burnett, who expects to travel to London this fall to begin recording. “There’s an incredible treasury of songs in the mode of what they used to play.